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Extraordinary Elections to EACVI Board - Secretary 2018-2020



The elected EACVI Secretary, Dr. Chiara Bucciarelli-Ducci, has resigned her position.

In accordance with Article Four of the EACVI Constitution, when a voting member of the EACVI Board resigns, whether for personal or professional reasons, an extraordinary election will be organised at any time of the year.

EACVI is therefore running a new election to fill the vacant Secretary position.

Being part of the EACVI Board is a unique experience. Elected Board members lead the largest network of cardiovascular imagers and help shape the future of the field.

The results will be announced during the EACVI General Assembly at ESC Congress 2019 in Paris on Monday 02 September.

Discover the candidates

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Prof. Giovanni Di Salvo

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Dr. Mark Westwood

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General timelines

Date Election action
29 May-23 June Call for Candidates - Deadline 23 June 23:59 CEST
23 June Membership voting rights close
24-26 June Review of Candidates
29 June Final candidates selection by Nominating committee
01-21 July E-voting
02 September Announcement of results during the EACVI General Assembly at ESC Congress 2019

Voting rights

  • Only EACVI Silver members working in one of the 57 ESC Member Countries can have voting rights at the EACVI General Assembly or within the Association.
  • A member is considered eligible for voting only if a member already at the time of the announcement of candidates.

Key Internal Governance Rules

  • Only EACVI Silver members holding voting rights may stand for Board positions.
  • There can be no re-election to the same position except for the position of Councillor, for which the candidate may stand for one more term.
  • Candidates for the position of Secretary and Treasurer must have served the current or one of the preceding Boards.

Constitution